PM Narendra Modi meets President Ram Nath Kovind, briefs him on Ukraine crisis, govt response

PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday approached President Ram Nath Kovind and briefed him on the continuous Ukraine emergency and the public authority reaction.

The gathering came a day after the PM deputed four clergymen as his extraordinary emissaries to venture out to adjoining nations of Ukraine (Romania, Moldova, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland) and lead clearings of abandoned Indians.

The PM at an undeniable level gathering on Monday had said that India would help individuals of adjoining and agricultural nations would it be advisable for them they look for help.

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India has sent philanthropic guide to Ukraine yet the top test stays the continuously deteriorating circumstance in a few Ukraine urban areas, including Kharkiv, where numerous Indian understudies keep on being caught.

The public authority has requested that they stay where they are while it organizes a salvage plan.

Priests Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kiren Rijiju, Hardeep Puri and VK Singh will lead salvage plans from the field on Ukraine borders.

The PM had on Monday called up his partners in Romania and Slovakia to say thanks to them for their help and advise them regarding the appearance of his extraordinary agents.

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